Excerpt from The Telegraph.
A security guard who worked at a Belgian nuclear facility was murdered two days after the Brussels bombings, but prosecutors have denied that the killing was related to terrorism.
The prosecutor’s office in the city of Charleroi, south of Brussels, also denied a report in the newspaper Derniere Heure that his work pass was stolen, according to the Belga news agency.
The report raised concerns that the Brussels bombers had wanted to build a radioactive dirty bomb — but apparently shelved the plan after security was stepped up at Belgium’s nuclear plants following intelligence warnings.
The nuclear security officer worked for G4S.
“G4S plc (formerly Group 4 Securicor) is a British multinational security services company headquartered in central London. It is the world’s largest security company measured by revenues and has operations in around 125 countries. With over 620,000 employees, it is world’s second largest private employer, and the largest on the London Stock Exchange. G4S was founded in 2004 by the merger of the UK-based Securicor plc with the Denmark-based Group 4 Falck.”